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found: squeaky cheese curds!

Ruth Lafler | Oct 15, 200609:41 PM     5

Ever since I bought some at the Tillamook Cheese factory I've been looking for cheese curds that squeak (which is pretty much the whole point of cheese curds). Spring Hill often has cheese curds, but they are rather soft and greasy (as I find all their "hard" cheeses to be) and they don't squeak. But today at the Jack London Square, Oakland farmers' market I saw the Oakdale Cheese stand. They had gouda cheese curds with a beautiful squeak to them (they squeak even better if you let them warm to room temp.).

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